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Do You Have a Dental Emergency? We Offer 24/7 Care

man having teeth examinedAn excruciating toothache in the middle of the night. A broken, chipped or missing tooth. Facial swelling. An abscess. A lost filling or crown. Dental emergencies can happen when you least expect them; when they do, we are here to help.

Providing Prompt, Experienced Care You Can Trust

At Princeton Dental, we are pleased to offer 24/7 emergency dental services. Dentists Dr Nina Ong and Dr Luke Dodd, who have over 25 years of combined experience, will provide immediate advice and, if necessary, facilitate an in-clinic treatment.

We will do everything possible to fit emergency appointments on the same day and are willing to stay late on Friday to ensure patients don’t go all weekend with a dental emergency.

What to Expect

When you come in, we will perform an examination to identify the underlying cause of any pain, swelling or sensitivity or to assess a broken or missing tooth. We’ll explain the problem and provide our recommendations for treatment, including any costs. We will do everything possible to complete any needed treatment at this visit.

We can provide a temporary crown for issues like lost crowns at this visit while we wait for the permanent replacement crown to be made at the lab. Likewise, if we do a root canal treatment and you require a crown, we’ll place the temporary crown and send the moulds to the lab for the permanent crown.

Multiple visits may be necessary to complete your treatment; this will depend on your situation, and your dentist will make sure you are informed of everything.

Ensuring You Get the Care You Need

So patients can get the dental care they need when they need it, we keep our prices affordable. We are a preferred provider with BUPA and HCF and accept the Child Dental Benefits Schedule and DVA.

If you’re having a dental emergency, call (07) 3378 2422 straightaway!

Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.

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